Free Number Trains - Count to 100

Sunday, October 9, 2011

Free Number Trains - Count to 100

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Practice counting to 100 in this cool math games for Preschoolers. You can also use different engines to help Kindergarten & first graders count by 2s, 5s, and 10s.
FREE Number Trains: Count to 100 - This printable activity is such a fun counting activities for preschool, prek,, kindergarten, and first grade to practice not only counting to 100, but skip counting by 2s, skip counting by 5s, and skip counting by 10s.


Does your child love trains?


Here is a fun way for train lovers to practice counting and skip counting with this number trains activity. Whether you are practicing counting to 10, counting to 20, counting to 50, counting t0 100 or skip counting by 10s, 2s, 5s, 1s, odds, or evens - they are all covered making this a great homeschool math activity for preschool, kindergarten, 1st grade, and 2nd grade.


I created this fun math activity to help my kiddos (3-7 years) learn some key math skills & practice them in a fun way! You can build various trains depending on the age/skill of your child.

Count to 100 Train

cut out the train and train cars to practice counting by 5s, counting by 10s, or counting by 2s

Start out by printing (on cardstock  or laminate for durability) the train that corresponds with the skill you are wanting work on:


  • Counting 10- (PreK)
  • Counting 1-20 (PreK/K)
  • counting 1-30 (PreK/K)
  • Counting 1-50 (PreK/K)
  • Counting 1-100 (K/1st)
  • Counting by 2s (1-50 K / 1-100 1st)
  • Counting by 5s (1-50 K /1 –100 1st)
  • Counting by 10s (1-50 K /1 –100 1st)
  • Odd Numbers (1st)
  • Even Numbers (1st)

count to 100

Now that you have the correct pieces ready, have your student pick the correct engine for the counting they are practicing. Then have them put the train cars in order to count to 100, count to 20, skip count by 2s, skip count by 5s, skip count by 10, or any of the other many included engines to choose from.

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This is such a fun, hands on activity to help kids practice counting!

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14 comments:

  1. Thank you for sharing this printable. I have a little one that really loves trains.

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  2. I think I should print these out for New Kid. He would love them!

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  4. These are so cool. Thanks for sharing.

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  5. So cute! My 23 month old loves trains!

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  6. Thankyou so much these are beautiful and so are you for sharing.

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  7. thanks for the great resource & for linking to the Sunday Showcase & I hope to see more of your fab ideas this week!

    Bern
    http://momto2poshlildivas.blogspot.com/search/label/Sunday%20Showcase

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  8. Thanks so much! My littlest conductor will be thrilled! Visiting from Math Monday.

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  9. An excellent way to encourage kids to have fun learning their numbers. Look forward to trying it. Thanks for posting.

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  10. I was trying to figure out a way to make something with trains - my son is a HUGE fan! Thanks for sharing this printable. :)

    ~Bekah @SonshineTotSchool.blogspot.com

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  11. just printed these out and assembled them but there is no 33 and there are two 55s.

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  12. Love the idea and appreciate all your printables

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  13. Eek, just printed these out to take with us on a trip but there's no 33, help!

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  14. Thanks for the heads up ladies. Not sure what happened - we used this and had all the letters - maybe I changed it and it didn't get saved or something.

    Either way - the link has been updated to include the illusive #33 =-)

    Enjoy,
    Beth

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